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ANQUE NATIONAL DE LA REPUBLIQUE D'HAITI

ENGLISH INDEX
TO THE
ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE
FISCAL DEPARTMENT
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
OCTOBER 1951 SEPTEMBER 1952









BANQUE NATIONAL DE LA REPUBLIQUE D'HAITI





ENGLISH INDEX

TO THE

x ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE

FISCAL DEPARTMENT


FOR THE FISCAL YEAR


OCTOBER 1951 SEPTEMBER 1952






SUBMITTED TO THE
SECRETARY OF STATE FOR FINANCE
BY THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
BANQUE NATIONAL DE LA REPUBLIQUE D'HAITI









Imprimerie de 1'Etat
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI



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CONTENTS



Pages of the
NARRATIVE SECTION: French report

INTRODUCTION.............................................................................. 1

FOREIGN TRADE AND COMMERCIAL BALANCE................................. 2
Im ports ........................... ............ ....... ............. ....................................... 3
CIF Prices of the main imported articles............................................. 5
Index of prices of the main imported articles.............................. ....... 6
Origin of imports................................................................................... 7
Imports from the United States.......................................................... 8
Ports of entry of imports.................................................................. 8
Exports.................... .......... ............................. 9
Volume of exports.................................................................................. 9
Index of prices of the main exported products............................. .... 10
Destination of exports...................................................................... 10
Destination of exports by country.................................................... 12
Exports to the United States............................................................. 12
Ports of shipment of exports............................................................. 12
Main exported products...................................................................... 13
C offee.............. ......... .. .... .... ........ ..... ............. ....... .............. 13
Sisal............. ........................... ................................... ............ ...... 14
R aw Sugar.............................................. ............................ ...... .... .... 18
Bananas.......................... ........... .. ...... ............................ 19
Cocoa beans........................... .......... .... ......... I ................ 21
C astor beans.......................................... ... .. ............................... 22
Molasses............................................................ .............................. 23
C otton .................................. ... .............. .. ...................... ....... 23
E essential oils....................................... .. ........................... 24
Articles of the handicraft industry.................... ............................. 26
Goat skins........................................... ......... ............................. 28
Cotton seed cake........................................... ................................ 28
Tariff modifications............................... ............ ........................... 29.

PUBLIC FINANCES.......... ... ....... ................................. 31
Receipts of the Government................... .......................................... 31
C ustom s receipts.............................................. ............................ 31
Im port duties........................................ .. ............................. 32
Export duties.......................... ..... .. ... ................... 32
Miscellaneous customs receipts....................................................... 33
Internal revenue receipts................... ................. ........................... 33
M miscellaneous receipts........................................................................... 35
Deduction from communal receipts....................................................... 36
Public Expenditures..... ....... I .... ... .................... ............................ 36
Expenditures by Department and Service..................... .. ................. 36
Banque Nationale de la Republique d'Haiti Fiscal Dept........................ 45
Classification of fiscal expenditures by object....................... ....... .... 46
Expenditures by non fiscal accounts.................................................... 47
Communal accounts..................... ...... ...... .... ....................... 48
Miscellaneous non fiscal accounts..................................................... 50
Treasury position............ ............................ ........................................ 51
Budget administration............. ......... .. ........ ...................... 53
P u blic debt ........................ .... .. ......... .. .. .... ... .......................... 55

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Pages of the
French report

MONEY AND BANKING.......................... ....... .................................... 57
Known money supply in Haiti....................................... .................. 58
BALANCE OF PAYMENTS............................... ................................... 61
Extract from Report on activities of the Inter American Cooperative Pro-
gram of Public Health October 1951 to September 1952............................. 81
CON CLU SION ................................................................... ................. 86

CHARTS

No. FOREIGN TRADE
Between pages

1. Foreign Trade of Haiti, 1917 to 1952...................................................... 2-3
2. Value of Main Export Products 1937 to 1952......................................... 8-9
3. Volume of Main Export Products 1937-1952.......................................... 10-11


PUBLIC FINANCE
4. Fiscal receipts and i expenditures, 1917 to 1952...................................... 28-29
5. Fiscal receipts of the Government, 1917 to 1952................................... 30-31
6. Relationbetween customs duties and import and export values, 1917 to
1952...... ............. ................................................................................ 32-?3
7. Sources of Fiscal Receipts and Distribution of Fiscal Expenditures by
object, 1951-52...................................................................................... 34-35
8. Distribution of fiscal expenditures by object, 1947 to 1952.................... 46-47


TREASURY POSITION
9. Treasury Position at end of months, 1949-50, 1950-51 and 1951-52......... 52-53


PUBLIC DEBT
10. Public Debt on September 30, 1915 to 1952......................................... 54-35
11. Public Debt and Fiscal Receipts, 1914-15 to 1951-52............................ 56-57
12. Relation of the service of the Public Debt to Fiscal Receipts and
13. Service of the Public Debt, 1924 to 1952.............................................. 60-61


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TABLES:
Pages of the
French report

1. Value of Imports and Exports, and Excess of Imports or Exports, fiscal
years 1916-17 to 1951-52............................... .................. 91
2. Value of Imports showing countries of origin in percentages, fiscal years
1916-1917 to 1951-52........................................... ............................ 91
3. Value of Exports showing countries of destination in percentages, fiscal
years 1916-17 to 1951-52....................................................................... 92
4. Total value of foreign commerce by countries, in percentages, fiscal
years 1916-17 to 1951-52........................................................................ 92
5. Value and percentage of value of imports, exports, and total foreign
commerce by countries, fiscal year 1951-52......................................... 93
6. Value of Imports by port of entry, fiscal years 1916-17 to 1951-52......... 94
7. Value of Exports by port of shipment, fiscal years 1916-17 to 1951-52...... 94
8. Value and percentage of value of imports, exports and total foreign com-
merce by port, fiscal year 1951-52......................................................... 94
9. Net tonnage of steam and motor vessels in foreign commerce entered by
registry and months, fiscal year 1951-52............................................... 95
10. Net tonnage of sailing vessels in foreign commerce entered by registry
and months, fiscal year 1951-52..................................................... 96
11. Value of Imports by registry of carrying vessel, fiscal year 1951-52......... 97
12. Value of Exports by registry of carrying vessels, fical year 1951-52...... 98
13. Value of Imports by month and port of entry, fiscal year 1951-52
com pared with 1950-51................................................... ... ....... 99
14. Value of Exports by month and port of shipment, fiscal year 1951-52
compared with 1950-51. .............................................. .... ........... 99
15. Value of Imports by commodity, fiscal years 1916-17 ,to 1951-52...... 100
16. Quantity of Imports by commodity, fiscal years 1916-17 to.1951-52......... 101
17. Value of Exports by commodity, fiscal years 1916-17 tof1951-52............ 102
18. Quantity of Exports by commodity, fiscal years 1916-17 to 1951-52......... 102
19. Quantity and value of five principal exports by port, fiscal year 1951-52
com pared w ith 1950-51........................................................................ 103
20. Percentage of value of Exports by commodity, fiscal year 1916-17 to
1951-52..................................... .... ................... ............. ............. 104
21. Quantity and value of Exports by commodity and. month, fiscal year
1951-52............. .. .......................... .... ... ........................................ 105
22. Expenses of the BNRH Fiscal Department and previous Administrations
by object of expenditures, fiscal years 1916-17 to 1951-52....................... 106
23. Classification of Administration and Operation Expenditures of the BNRH,
Fiscal Department, fiscal year 1951-52.................................................. 106
24. Classification of Total Expenditures of the BNRH, Fiscal Department,
fiscal year 1951-52.................................. ................ .... 107
25. Cost of customs operations by port and cost of administration, repairs
and maintenance, acquisition of property and fixed charges, fiscal years
1919-20 to 1951-52 ................................. .............................................. 108
26. Operating allowances of Internal Revenue Service, fiscal years 1923-24 to
1951-52............... .. ............. .......... ..... .. ........... ............................... 109
27. Revenue of Haitian Government by source, fiscal years 1889-90 to 1951-52 110
28. Relation between import and export values and customs receipts, fiscal
years 1916-17 to 1951-52..................................................... 111
29. Customs receipts by month, fiscal years 1916-17 to 1951-52................ 112
30. Customs receipts by port, fiscal years 1916-17 to 1951-52...................... 112
31. Customs receipts by source and port, fiscal year 1951-52........................ 113
32. Customs receipts by source and by month, fiscal year 1951-52............... 113
33. Distribution of Customs receipts, fiscal years 1916-17 to 1951-52............ 114
34. Miscellaneous receipts by source and month, fiscal year 1951-52............ 114
35. Total repeints of Haitian Government by source, month and port, fiscal
year 1951-52............................................. ....... 115
36. Ordinary, supplementary nnd extraordinary appropriations from revenue,
fiscal years 1949-50 to 1951-52............................. .................. 116
37. Receipts and expenditures, fiscal years 1949-50 to 1951-52.................. 117
38. Functional classification of expenditures, fiscal year 1951-52............... 118


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Pages of the
French report

39. Classification of administration and operation expenditures by depart-
ment and service, fiscal year 1951-52..................................................... 119
40. Classification of total expenditures by department and service, fiscal year
1951-52................... .... .... ...... .... ... ................................ 120
41. Receipts and expenditures by month and source fiscal year 1951-52...... 121
42. Revenues and expenditures and excess of revenues or expenditures,
fiscal years 1916-17 to 1951-52............................................................ 122
43. Treasury assets and liabilities................... 123
44. Public debt................................ ............ ............................. 124
45. Expenditures from revenue for the public debt and relation of such ex-
penditures to revenue receipts, fiscal years 1950-51 and 1951-52............ 125
46. Notes of the Banque Nationale in circulation by month, fiscal years
1919-20 to 1951-52............................................. .. ..... .. ................ 125
47. Loans and deposits of banks in Haiti by month, fiscal year 1951-52...... 125
48. Internal revenue receipts by source, fiscal year 1951-52..................... 126
49. Internal revenue receipts by collection districts, fiscal years 1949-50 to
1951-52................... ......... ... ... ........................ ... ............... 126
50. Internal revenue receipts by source and district, fiscal year 1951-52...... 127
51. Internal revenue receipts by source and month, fiscal year 1951-52......... 128
52. Communal receipts and expenditures, fiscal year 1951-52....................... 129

SCHEDULES

1. Quantity and Value of Imports into Haiti by Countries of origin, fiscal
year 1951-52.......................... ................ .. .................................... 133
2. Quantity and value of exports from Haiti by countries of destination
fiscal year 1951-52 ................................................................................. 161
3. Customs receipts by sources, ports and months, fiscal year 1951-52...... 169


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ANNUAL REPORT 1951-52


SCHEDULE No. 1

English

IMPORTS INTO HAITI
DURING 1951-52

ANIMALS, LIVE
BOOKS AND OTHER PRINTED MATTER
CARS, CARRIAGES AND OTHER VEHICLES AND ACCES-
SORIES
Automobiles
Trucks
All other
CEMENT
CHEMICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL SUBSTANCES AND
PRODUCTS
Chemical and pharmaceutical products
Patent medicines
All other
CLOCKS AND WATCHES
COAL, COKE, BRIQUETTES AND OTHER FUEL
Coal
COPPER AND ALLOYS AND MANUFACTURES OF
COTTON AND MANUFACTURES OF
Yarns and manufactures of
FERTILIZERS
FIBERS, VEGETABLE, OTHER THAN COTTON AND MA-
NUFACTURES OF
Jute bags
FOODSTUFFS
Meats
Beef, mutton and pork, fresh
Lard


LISTE No. 1

French

ARTICLES IMPORTS EN HAITI AU COURSE
DE 1951-52
Pages
ANIMAUX VIVANTS ........................... ................... 133
LIVRES ET AUTRES IMPRIMES............................. 155-156
VEHICULES ET ACCESSOIRES..................................... 158

Automobiles
Camions
Tous autres
CIM ENT....................... .............. ................................ 145
PRODUCTS ET SUBSTANCES PHARMACEUTIQUES...... 147

Produits chimiques et pharmaceutiques......................... 148
Medicaments brevet6s................................ ............ 148
Tous autres
HORLOGES ET MONTRES................................................ 144
CARBON, COKE ET AUTRES COMBUSTIBLES......... 145
Charbon
CUIVRE, ALLIAGES ET LEURS MANUFACTURES......... 142
COTON ET SES MANUFACTURES................................ 152
Fil et ses m anufactures................................................... 150
ENGRAIS..................................... ............................. 141
FIBRES VEGETABLES, AUTRES QUE CELLES EN CO-
TON ET LEURS MANUFACTURES................................ 153
Sacs en jute.................................................................... 153
PRODUITS ALIMENTAIRES........................ ..... 133-139
Viandes
Boeuf, mouton et pore frais
Lard











Lard substitutes
Pickled
Salted or smoked
Sausage
Tongues, heads, tails, feet
Fish
Pickled or smoked
Salted or dried
Fresh or refrigerated
Grains, fruits, vegetables and preparations ol
Beans, peas and pulse, dried
Bread, biscuits and crackers
Flour, wheat
Onions and garlic
Potatoes and other tubers, fresh
Rice
Sugar, refined
Vermicelli, macaroni and pastes
All other
Liquors and beverages
Malt liquors
Spirits, distilled
Wines
All other
Miscellaneous foodstuffs
Butter
Oleomargarine and butter substitutes
Oils for table use
Spices
Canned or preserved goods
Fish
Fruit
Meats
Vegetable
Cheese
Confectionery
Condensed, malted and fresh milk
Olives
Pickles and sauces
All other foodstuffs


Succddands de lard
Pr6parees
Sales ou fumees
Saucisses
Langues, tetes, queues, pieds
Poissons
Prepares ou fumes
Sales ou sech6s
Frais ou frigorifil
Grains, fruits, legumes et leurs preparations:
.1 Fives, pois, 14gumes sech6s
'Pains et biscuits
Farine de foment
Oignons et aulx
Pommes de terre et autres tubercules, frais
Riz
Sucre raffin6
Vermicelle, macaroni et autres pates
Tous autres
Liqueurs et boissons............................................ 139-140
Liqueurs maltdes
Spiritueuses, distilles
Vins
Tous autres
Produits alimentaires divers.................................... 134-139
Beurre
Ol1omargarine et succ6danbs de beurre
Huile pour table
Epices
Produits en conserve
Poissons
Fruits
Viandes
Legumes
Fromage
Confiserie
Lait frais, malt6, condense
Olives
Sauces et condiments
Tous autres





GLASS AND GLASSWARE
GOLD, SILVER, PLATINUM AND MANUFACTURES OF
HATS AND CAPS
HIDES AND SKINS AND MANUFACTURES OF
Tanned hides and skins, curried, dyed or dressed
Boots, shoes and slippers
All other
MATCHES
OIILS, MINERAL
Fuel oils
Gasoline
Kerosene
Lubricating oil
All other
PAINTS, PIGMENTS, VARNISHED, INKS, COLORS AND
DYES
Paints and pigments
Printing and lithographing inks
All other
PAPER AND MANUFACTURES OF
PERFUMERY, COSMETICS AND TOILET PREPARATIONS

PLATED WARE, GOLD AND SILVER
RUBBER AND MANUFACTURES OF
Tires and tubes for vehicles
All other
SILK AND MANUFACTURES OF
SOAP
TIN, LEAD, ZINC AND OTHER METALS AND MANUFAC-
TURES OF
TOBACCO AND MANUFACTURES OF
Leaf tobacco
Cigars
Cigarettes
All other


VERRERIE...................................................................... 57
OR, ARGENT, PLATINE ET LEURS MANUFACTURES 143-144
CHAPEAUX ET BONNETS............................................... 54
PEAUX ET CUIRS ET LEURS MANUFACTURES............ 149
Peaux et cuirs tannes, corroy6s, s6ch6s ou appret6s
Bottes, souliers et pantoufles
Tous autres
ALLUMETTES ........................... ..... ................... 146
HUILES MINERALES................................................... 133
Huiles combustibles
Gazoline
Kerosene
Huiles a lubrifier
Tous autres
PEINTURES, PIGMENTS, VERNIS, ENCRES, COULEURS ET
TEINTURES .................................................... .......... .. 147
Peintures et pigments
Encres a imprimer et A lithographier
Tous autres
PAPIER ET SES MANUFACTURES.................... 155 to 157
PARFUMERIE, COSMETIQUES ET AUTRES PREPARA-
TIONS DE TOILETTE...................................................... 146
BIJOUX DOES OU ARGENTES OU LEURS IMITATIONS 144
CAOUTCHOUC ET SES MANUFACTURES.............. ...... 154
Pneus et chambres a air.................................... ........... 154
Tous autres ......................................... ............. 155
SOIE ET SES MANUFACTURES............................ 150-151
SA V O N .................. .... ............................................... 145
ETAIN, ZINC, PLOMB ET LEURS MANUFACTURES 142-143

TABAC ET SES MANUFACTURES............................. 148-149
Tabac en feuilles
Cigares
Cigarettes
Tous autres








WOOD AND MANUFACTURES OF
Boards, planks and beams
Furniture
All other
WOOL, BRISTLES, HAIR & MANUFACTURES OF
ALL OTHER ARTICLES OF IMPORTATION
IRON AND STEEL AND MANUFACTURES OF
MACHINERY AND APPARATUS
Electrical machinery, apparatus and appliances
Radio receiving sets
All other
Power pumps
Sewing machines
Sugar machinery
All other


BOIS ET SES MANUFACTURES................................ 141-142
Madriers, planches, poutres
Meubles
Tous autres
LAINE, POILS, CRIN ET LEURS MANUFACTURES... 150-151
TOUS AUTRES ARTICLES D'IMPORTATION ................. 160
FER, ACIER ET LEURS MANUFACTURES................... 143
MACHINES ET APPAREILS....................................... 158-159
Machines 6lectriques, appareils et instruments
Radios r6cepteurs
Tous autres
Pompes a moteur
Machines A coudre
Machines pour la fabrication du sucre
Tous autres


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ANNUAL REPORT 1951-52


SCHEDULE No. 2

ENGLISH

QUANTITY AND VALUE OF EXPORTS FROM HAITI BY
COUNTRIES OF DESTINATION

ANIMALS, LIVE
Cattle
Poultry
BEESWAX
CACAO
CANE STRAW AND OTHER AND MANUFACTURES OF

Baskets
Bownet
Carpets
Fans
Hand bags
Hats
Palm leaf braid
Shoes and slippers
All other
CASTOR BEANS
COFFEE
COTTON AND BY PRODUCTS OF
Cotton
Cotton seed. cake and meal
DYEING PRODUCTS
Logwood
Turmeric
FLOWERS


LISTE No. 2

FRENCH

QUANTITE ET VALEUR DES EXPORTATIONS D'HAITI.
PAR PAYS DE DESTINATION
Pages
ANIMAUX VIVANTS ....................... ................ 161
B6tail
Volaille
CIRE D'ABEILLE.... ................... .............. ...... 161
CACAO ................................. .................. 161
PAILLE DE CANNE ET AUTRES ET LEURS MANUFAC-
TURES
Paniers ...................... ......... .. .. .............. 164
Nasses de peche
Tapis
Eventails
Sacs A main
Chapeaux
Tresses en paille
Souliers et pantoufles
Tous autres
GRAINES DE RICIN............................... .................. 162
CAFE.............................. ..... ........ .. ........ ............ 161
COTON ET SES DERIVES
C oton ................................ .. .. ..... ... .. ..... ...... 161
Tourteaux et farine de graines de coton................ .......... 162
PRODUCTS POUR TEINTURE
Campeche........................ .... .............. 163
Safran............ ...... ........... ..... ..... .. .... .......... ......... .. 162
FLEU RS................................................. 167








FOODSTUFFS
Bananas
Mangoes
Grains
Corn
Ground corn
Ric,
HIDES, SKINS AND MANUFACTURES OF
Goat skins
HONEY
KENAF
LIQUORS AND BEVERAGES
Clairin (white rum)
Rum
Other alcoholic
Non alcoholic
OILS, ESSENTIAL
Amyris
Lemon-grass
Lime
Neroli
Petit-grain
Sweet basil
Vetiver
PEELS
Orange
RUBBER, CRUDE
SHELL
Turtle shell
Shell articles
SISAL AND MANUFACTURES OF
Fiber
Baskets
Carpets
Hand bags
Hats
Shoes and slippers


PRODUCTS ALIMENTAIIRES
Figue-banane ............................................................. 162
M angu es ............................... ................................. 162
C&r6ales
M ai's............... .......... ... ......................... 163
M ais m oulu........................... ........... .......... ... 163
R iz..................... ..... ... ... .......... ..... ............. .. ....... 162
PEAUX, CUIRS ET LEURS MANUFACTURES
Peaux de chevre............................................................ 167
M IEL ... ......................................... 161
K EN A F ............................................ .......... 162
LIQUEURS ET BOISSONS
Clairin (rhum blanc)................................................ 167
R hum .............................................................................. 167
Autres spiritueux............................................................ 167
Non alcoolis6es.................................... .................... 167
HUILES ESSENTIELLES........................... .................... 166
Amyris
Lemon-grass
Citron
Neroli
Petit-grain
Basilic
Vetiver
ECORCE
Ecorce d'orange........................................... ............. ... 12
CAOUTCHOUC BRUT.................................................... 162
ECAILLE
Ecaille de tortue
Articles en 6caille...................... .. ....... ....... 165
PITE ET SES MANUFACTURES
F ibre..................................... ..... ...... ... ..... .... ...... 162
P aniers............................................................................ 164
Tapis .......................... 165
S s m ain................................................................ 1 4
Chapeaux ........................................................................ 164
Souliers et pantoufles.....,,,...,..,....................,,...., 65





SUGAR CANE AND ITS PRODUCTS
Molasses
Sugar, raw
Sugar, refined
TOYS
WOOD AND MANUFACTURES OF
Board
Lignum vitae
Lignum vitae articles
Mahogany ware
ALL OTHER ARTICLES OF EXPORTATION
REEXPORTS


CANNE A SUCRE ET SES DERIVES
M 6lasse ......................................................................... 166
Sucre brut ..................................................................... 166
Sucre raffin6 ................................................................. 166
JO U ET S .............................................. ......................... 168
BOIS ET SES MANUFACTURES
Planches ...........................:............. ....- ..... 163
B o i s d e g a l a c .. .... ... . .... . 1 6 5
Articles en gaiac................. ........... ............. 165
A articles en acajou............................................
AUTRES ARTICLES EXPORTES..................... ........... 168
REEXPORTATIONS ........................ ........ .......... 168


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